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The Flagship of the Royal Navy
The boatswain's mates stand ready to pipe you aboard...
in WAV or AU format.
The H.M.S. Victory is in No. 2 Dock at Portsmouth Harbour, England.
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Nelson's death scene
as rendered in a contemporary painting.
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Plaque which marks where Nelson fell on the Quarterdeck. Click to see a larger view in JPG format. (Photo credit: Unknown.)
Signal to the fleet before Battle.
|Designed by Sir Thomas Slade.
Keel laid on 23 July 1759.
Launched on 7 May 1765
|Length of Gun Deck:
Length of Keel:
Depth in Hold:
3,500 tons (approx.)
|Lower Gun Deck:
Middle Gun Deck:
Upper Gun Deck
|thirty 32-pounders, two 12-pounders
two 68-pounder carronades
Other sites on the Internet about HMS Victory and Lord Nelson.
Read the Articles
of War which were the foundation of shipboard discipline.
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